INVERTEBRATES

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MISSION:

To bring about a realization of the interdependence of all living things and to protect animals from the negative impacts of pollution and land development.

FACTS:

A wilderness adventure provides tools with which to share knowledge and experience in a constructive way with family and friends. The best method of preserving wilderness is to give youths and adults hands-on experience. We feel we can bring about a shift in consciousness by exposing people to the following:
 

  • Animal Identification and Behavioral Interpretation
     

  • Bush Lore and Tracking Skills
     

  • Environmental Literacy
     

  • Nature of Wilderness
     

  • Personal Growth Development
     

  • Trail Mechanics
     

  • Interpretation of Landscapes and Earth Sciences
     

  • Group Dynamics and Assessment

    Environmental Responsibility and Accountability
    Ecosystems regulate and maintain the conditions on earth suitable for life, providing us with oxygen, food, water and other resources. They are essential to our cultural and social experience. Never before has our impact on ecosystems been greater. The dilemma? How do we sustain the ecosystems that sustain us?

Hairy Mygalomorph (Aphonopelma sp.)
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Barn Orb-Weaver (Araneus Cavaticus)
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Silver Argiope (Argiope argentata)
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Black and Yellow Argiope (Argiope aurantia)
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Thin-Legged Wolf Spider (Pardosa sp.)
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Brownish-Gray Fishing Spider (Dolomedes tenebrosus)
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Barn Spider (Araneus cavaticus)
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Barn Spider (Araneus cavaticus)
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California Trapdoor Spider (Bothriocyrtum californicum)
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Ariadne Spider (Ariadna bicolor)
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Green Clearwing (Erythemis simpliciocollis)
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Green Clearwing (Erythemis simpliciocollis)
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Painted Lady (Vanessa cardui)
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Painted Lady (Vanessa cardui)
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Mourning Cloak (Nymphalis antiopa)
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Mourning Cloak (Nymphalis antiopa)
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Sara Orangetip (Anthocharis sara)
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White Admiral (Limentis arthemis)
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Acmon Blue (Plebejus acmon)
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Pipevine Swallowtail (Battus philenor)
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Viceroy (Limenitis Archippus)
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Viceroy and Pipevine Swallowtail
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Viceroy (Limenitis Archippus)
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Viceroy (Limenitis Archippus)
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Harris’ Checkerspot (Chlosyne harrisii)
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Pale Swallowtail (Papilio eurymedon)
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Eastern Tiger Swallowtail (Papilio glaucus)
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Eastern Tiger Swallowtail (Papilio glaucus)
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Lorquin's Admiral (Limenitis lorquini)
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Lorquin's Admiral (Limenitis lorquini)
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Gulf Fritillary (Agraulis vanillae)
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European Cabbage Butterfly (Pieris rapae)
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Common Buckeye (Junonia coenia)
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Pearly Eye (Enodia portlandia)
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Texan Crescent (Phyciodes texana)
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Texan Crescent (Phyciodes texana)
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Western Tailed-blue (Everes amyntula)
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Eastern-tailed Blue (Everes comyntas)
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Widow Underwing (Catocala vidua)
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Salt Marsh Moth (Estigmene acrea)
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Silver-spotted Skipper (Epargyreus clarus)
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California Tent Caterpillar Moth (Malacosoma californicum)
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Monarch (Danaus plexippus), caterpillar
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Pallid-winged Grasshopper (Trimerotropis pallidipennis)
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Pallid-winged Grasshopper (Trimerotropis pallidipennis)
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Red-legged Locust (Melanoplus femurrubrum)
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Red-legged Locust (Melanoplus femurrubrum)
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Red-legged Locust (Melanoplus femurrubrum)
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Red-legged Locust (Melanoplus femurrubrum)
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Red-Legged Locust (Melanoplus femurrubrum)
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Field Cricket (family Gryllidae)
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Mormon cricket (Anabrus simplex)
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Two-striped Grasshopper (Melanoplus bivittatus)
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Long-winged Locust (Dissosteira longipennis)
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Leather-colored Bird Grasshopper (Schistocerca alutacea)
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Green Valley Grasshopper (Schistocerca shoshone)
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Green Valley Grasshopper (Schistocerca shoshone)
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Short-stalked Damselfly (Argia sp.))
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Common Blue Damselfly (Enallagma cyathigerum)
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Flame Skimmer (Libellula saturata)
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Common Whitetail (Plathemis lydia)
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Giant Walkingstick (Megaphasma denticrus)
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Praying Mantis (Mantis religiosa)
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Steel Blue Cricket Hunter (Chlorion cyaneum)
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Red Ant (Formica sp.)
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Texas Carpenter Ant (Camponotus sp.)
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Red Velvet Ant and Collared Lizard
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Cow Killer (family Mutillidae)
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Golden Mayfly (Hexagenia sp.)
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Bee Killer Fly (Promachus Fitchii)
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Sandhills Hornet (Dolichovespula arenaria)
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Tarantula Hawk (family Pompilidae)
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Red-Brown Paper Wasp (Polistes olivaceus)
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Western Honey Bee (Apis mellifera)
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Willow Mining Bee (Andrena salicifloris)
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Western Honey Bee (Apis mellifera)
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Digger Bee (Anthophorini spp.)
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Green Metallic Bee (Augochlora sp.)
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Honey Bee (Apis sp.)
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Darkling Beetle (Eleodes sp.)
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Black Vine Weevil (Otiorhynchus sulcatus)
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Boll Weevil (Anthonomus grandis)
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Colorado Potato Beetle (Leptinotarsa decemlineata)
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Insect Nest
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Rufous Garden Slug (Arion ater)
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Garden Snail (Helix aspersa)
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